When clients are comfortable they feel calm and relaxed, which makes their therapy sessions more successful. Helping clients with their physical and emotional comfort as they adapt to physical limitations is at the heart of the occupational therapist’s job. When clients are physically and emotionally comfortable, they are better able to rest and sleep, which improves their overall well-being and helps the body to heal. The occupational therapist is an important member of the client’s care team, and they have a direct impact on the comfort and overall health of the people under their care. This course will teach occupational therapists how to ensure clients receive the comfort they need to reduce pain and promote healthy rest and sleep.